Archives for category: Exteriors

Beside of loving his Angel fragrance, Thierry Mugler’s home is quite delicious too! This contemporary yet eclectic duplex penthouse is located in Chelsea, and has 2 bedrooms an amazing living space and beautiful city views. Oh and it’s for sale for a mere $7,995,000.


Check out this stunning table, suited perfectly for both indoor and outdoor use. Produced by Italian furniture brand Kristalia partnered with LucidiPevere, this super sleak table is made of a stainless steel and cement composite.


London designer Paul Cocksedge, one of my favourite lighting designers might I add, has created this beautiful 25 meter sculpture titled “Bourrasque” in Lyon, France, for the recent Fête des Lumières.

I have always been a fan of his work, and this one is nothing short of magical. the 200 suspended sheets are set to mimic papers scatteringin a gust of wind – a beautiful bright image against a backdrop of the 17th century architecture of l’Hotel de Ville. Simply beautiful.

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I love this tiny little cabin designed by Olson Kundig Architects on San Juan Island in Washington State.

Only 500 sf, it is surrounded by wildlife and a great view, and when needed, it can be closed up tightly by the surrounding decks. A kitchenette, bathroom, a beautiful seating area, and a rotating fireplace is really all you need to get the creative juices flowing.

The cabin is five hundred square feet and is a private writers retreat and guest cottage.  Located on San Juan Island, Washington, the owners wanted the cabin to feel contacted to its setting, the climate, the wildlife and views. They also needed a structure that could be easily secured when not in use. Perfect!

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This home featured in Inside Out is so nice, not to mention the backyard, the dark grey hues with touches of green, wood and cozy fabrics. I’d move in in a second!

I think its pretty cool when nature makes its way into your house or office. I saw it first this in Fallingwater, by Frank Lloyd Wright, where the hearth of the fireplace was the natural stone from the outside and the house was, essentially, built around it. Quite cool. Here are some other examples I thought were pretty neat too! Enjoy!

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There is nothing like a perfect entrance and foyer to welcome you back home after a long days work. *Deep sigh of relief…

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